Malvern View was built circa 1910 and is an extended and thoughtfully refurbished five bedroom country home of enormous charm and character. Enjoying stunning views. Set in approximately 5.5 acres with formal gardens, grazing and woodland. In the grounds is Myrtle Cottage offering potential for redevelopment as annexed/holiday accommodation. EPC E.
Malvern View was built circa 1910 and is an extended and thoughtfully refurbished five bedroom country home of enormous charm and character. Enjoying stunning views. Set in approximately 5.5 acres with formal gardens, grazing and woodland. In the grounds is Myrtle Cottage offering potential for redevelopment as annexed/holiday accommodation. EPC E.Introduction
Malvern View was built circa 1910 and is an extended and thoughtfully refurbished five bedroom country home of enormous charm and character. Enjoying stunning views. Set in approximately 5.5 acres with formal gardens, grazing and woodland. In the grounds is Myrtle Cottage offering potential for redevelopment as annexed/holiday accommodation. EPC E.Mrytle Cottage
To the north of the house is Myrtle Cottage, a detached stone squatters cottage, a non-designated heritage asset considered to be of significant local historic interest. Our vendors have explored planning potential for Myrtle Cottage and pre-application advice has been sought from the local authority as to the viability of developing the cottage together with a proposed log cabin as holiday let accommodation.Property Description
A drive from the lane sweeps up to the property providing ample parking and turning areas. A gravelled path leads around to the front of the property and an entrance door opens to the main reception hall with a Minton tiled floor and staircase rising to the first floor. Off here is the snug, a cosy room with a sash window to the front and a cast iron fireplace with an open grate. The dining kitchen is a great family space, ideal for entertaining with a solid Oak floor throughout, the dining area has ample space for a table and chairs, a fireplace with wood burning stove and a sash window to the front. Opening to the kitchen/breakfast area which has been appointed with a range of high-quality wall and base units with granite work surfaces and a central island. With integrated dishwasher and washing machine, range style cooker (LPG) with extractor over. Larder-style fridge/freezer.
Take the first floor to three double bedrooms and a family bathroom with slipper style bath, with shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin and tongue and groove finish to dado height, making this a bathroom refurbished to match the era and style of the property. The guest bedroom has the benefit of an en-suite shower room, all the bedrooms on this floor have their original cast iron fireplaces and are all double in size. Take the stairs to the second floor and enter every couples dream of a Master Suite you feel at once like you have happened upon a Hollywood set. , this beautifully refurbished floor has a picture window from floor to ceiling over-looking the land to the front of the house and beyond, enter the 'Sex in the City' dressing room, with more than enough space to house your partner's clothes as well as your own, as you open the doors and see at once the clothes you are about to put on, from the dressing room you enter your bathroom, with a modern bath his and hers basins and a separate shower, They say the icing is on the top of the cake, and this offers an ever-increasing wow factor as you climb to the top floorLand and Outbuildings
The house is set in lovely mature gardens with gravelled paths and various seating areas. A new raised decking area provides the perfect spot for outdoor entertaining. There is a detached double garage and an attached garden store. The paddock to the west of the property (approx 1.4 acres) provides excellent grazing and borders Cumberley Lane and Hope Bagot Lane. This will be sold subject to an uplift clause, the details of which are to be negotiated. Further grazing land lies to the south west of the property, it slopes down to a woodland area.Services
Council Tax - Band D
Council Tax Banding Indicator - Improvement indicator - this shows that improvements have been made to the property that might result in the Council Tax band changing if a relevant transaction takes place, for example, if the property is sold.
LPG heating, mains water, septic tank.Location
Amenities are available locally at Clee Hill village which is approximately 1 mile, where you will find a village shop, post office, public houses and schooling. Knowbury is conveniently located just 5 miles from the medieval town of Ludlow which provides a wealth of independent shops and cafés, frequent open air markets, national supermarkets and a host of recreational facilities.
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